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Cindy's Love of Books reviews
I didn't realize that this was the third in the book right away and that really didn't make a difference in the book for me. It can be read as a stand alone. I do...
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Bitten by Books reviews
Although there are some references to past characters and one makes a cameo appearance, To Tempt the Wolf the third in Ms. Spear’s Wolf series, can be read as a...
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Bookchase reviews
Edwin Alexander’s complicated plot is filled with memorably unique characters that are, at times, more fun than the plot itself but, by the end of Al Hersey’s...
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Suite101 reviews
With all these characters that you cannot help becoming attached to, it is bittersweet when Theft of the Master ends. Thankfully, Edwin Alexander plans to release...
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Japan Probe reviews
How do you study kanji? I’ve followed Eve Kushner’s posts on Japanesepod101, where she blogs about how wonderful kanji are, for a while now. So when her new book...
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Ace & Hoser reviews
<...> Edwin Alexander weaves all these stories together in a dramatic mystery where all is not what it seems. The sculpture is the centerpiece linking it all...
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The Rumpus reviews
The standout offering, however, is Juliana Piccillo’s “Vice,” an exploration of her relationship with an invasive and needy client that rendered her alternately...
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The Jamaican Gleaner reviews
Opal Palmer In love with Mr Write published: Sunday | March 2, 2008 Barbara Nelson, Contributor Opal Palmer Adisa is in love with writing. Her first stories, she...
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The Jamaica Gleaner reviews
Opal Palmer In love with Mr Write published: Sunday | March 2, 2008 Barbara Nelson, Contributor Opal Palmer Adisa is in love with writing. Her first stories, she...
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PATOSS Bulletin reviews
***** Don’t be mislead into thinking that this book, written from the family cat’s point of view, is a lightweight insight into living in a family in which there...
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Amazon.com reviews
The reviewer below - or above if you are standing on your head - has summarised the plot far better than I can, so I'll just say that I enjoyed every page of this...
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Al-Khemia Poetica reviews
"Zabrisky has hit the ground running with a strong literary debut that furthers the great tradition of Russian literature into the 21st century." “These are...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
Sacramento Bee reviews
So you want to discover Michelangelo? Well, why not go to Italy with someone who wrote a book about him, his life and his art. That's what we did. And what a trip...
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A Journey into Michelangelo's Rome
The Houston Chronicle reviews
"Nickerson takes a detailed look at the relationship between the legendary artist and city where he spent most of his life. Interweaving Roman history with details...
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El Paso Times reviews
"Samba Dreamers" is a dark, fantastical and, indeed, brilliant cautionary tale for those who search out paradise without first confronting -- and...
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Threepercent reviews
A master of metafictional writing reminiscent of the French nouveau roman writers of the ’50s and in particular Marguerite Duras, Greece’s Amanda Michalopoulou...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
"The right wing is eroding women's reproductive rights, and America's pro-choice majority must sound the battle cry, writes Feldt, president of Planned Parenthood...
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USA Today reviews
"A devotee of all things Austen… discovers the reality of life in Regency England: rampant body odor, sexual and class repression and a style of medical care...
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The Tucson Weekly reviews
The Blue Tattoo is a riveting, well-researched portrait of a girl kidnapped by Native Americans.”
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Kitsap Sun reviews
You can take the girl out of the bayou, but when it comes to Rebecca Wells, it looks like you can’t take the bayou out of the girl. The Bainbridge Island author...
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